Enable / Disable Automated Access Tier Change Rules in Azure Blob Storage

Enable / Disable Automated Access Tier Change Rules in Azure Blob Storage

In this post, we will learn how to Enable / Disable Automated Access Tier Change Rules in Azure Blob Storage Azure Storage supports three different levels of storage tiers for Blob objects. They are Hot storage tierCool storage tier, and Archive storage tier. This enables cost-effective usages of blob data storage. With the different levels of storage tiers, you can choose what types of tier needs for your data. In the previous post, we have learned how we can Automatically update Access Tier in Azure Blob Storage

Enabling / Disabling Automated Access Tier Change Rules in Azure Blob Storage

using Blob storage Life Cycle Management we can automatically update the blob storage tier as well as delete time span.

When we create any rules for the blob storage account, We can choose the status as Enabled or Disabled. However, at a later point in time, if you want to enable or disable the rule sets, you can select the particular rules from List View, and Choose Enable / Disable option from the toolbar.

Lifecycle management view supports two windows, List View and Code View. You can update the status of the rules from the Code View as well.

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